Hours: Monday to Friday, from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM 

 Kindergarten-5th Grade Begin On-Campus Learning - September 14

Preschool Begins in the Classroom - September 15 

Preschool-PreKinder

The preschool - prekinder program assists parents in helping their child make a smooth transition from home to kindergarten. Students take part in a variety of age-appropriate activities, providing a solid foundation for their future years in school. 


Our curriculum is based on the HighScope educational approach, which supports children’s learning through active involvement in direct, hands-on experiences with people, objects, and events.

Learn more about our Preschool program!

Read our Preschool Covid-19 Preparedness Plan

Click here for a Coronavirus Guide for Kids

K-8 Elementary School

Our Christ focused education is offered in a unique multi-grade classroom setting, a natural extension of life in the real world and home life. In addition to growing academically, students develop 21st century skills as they interact and learn with classmates of different ages and abilities.

Teachers are with students for two or more years, developing a deeper understanding of each child’s individual learning style and needs. 


Learn more about our K-8 Elementary School!

Read our K-8 COVID-19 Return to Campus Plan

Click here for Orange County's COVID-19 Toolkit

Mission Statement

Empowered by God’s Word, King of Kings Lutheran School exists to assist parents and families by educating, equipping, and encouraging children for this life and eternity.

History

King of Kings Lutheran School had its beginnings in 1965, in the rooms now being used for the third and fourth grade, as well as the church and school office. There were about 45 students accommodated in that space.

As the Lord blessed our church congregation, the need for an elementary school building became evident. In March of 1966, the ground was broken for a four-room school, the one we are using today. It was dedicated in September of that year in time for the second year of classes.

During that school year, three of the four classrooms were being used with about 100 students enrolled. A third teacher was added at this time. As enrollment continued to increase, another teacher, John Eaton, was added and became the principal.

In the next few years, a kindergarten program was added. The kindergarten used the space, which was used for the school when it first opened. Beatrice Galko served as our first kindergarten teacher.

Later, a preschool program was added, with Cheryl Johnson serving as the first preschool teacher. In 1994, the preschool program was expanded to include 3-year olds, and it now allows potty-trained 2½-year old children to be enrolled.

God has blessed our congregation with many faithful called workers throughout the years. May God continue to bless the efforts of parents, pastors, and teachers at King of Kings Lutheran School, as we work together to make a Christian education possible for these children.

Alumni Survey

If you are a former student of King of Kings Lutheran School, we'd love to hear from you and see where God has led you. Please take a moment to help us continue to improve our educational mission by completing this short survey:

Crusaders Store

Show your spirit and pick up some great King of Kings Lutheran School products such as T-shirts, sweatshirts, water bottles, and more! All proceeds go back to the school! Click here to visit the online Zazzle store or copy and paste the following web address into your browser: https://www.zazzle.com/kingofkingsgg